1. The Link Between The Appendix And Parkinson's Just Got Even More Confusing  IFLScience
  2. Having your appendix removed trebles the risk of getting Parkinson's disease, suggests largest study  Telegraph.co.uk
  3. People who have their appendix removed are THREE TIMES more likely to develop Parkinson's  Daily Mail
  4. Link between appendectomy and Parkinson's disease is possible, Cleveland study shows  cleveland.com
  5. Study links appendix removal to higher Parkinson's risk, contradicts other research  CTV News
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According to a study due to be presented at this year's Digestive Disease Week (DDW), having your appendix removed can increase your risk of developing theSorry, we have bad news for anyone who has had their appendix out – new research has linked appendectomies to Parkinson's.  Indeed, according to a study du

The Link Between The Appendix And Parkinson's Just Got Even More Confusing | IFLScience

New research suggests that patients who have had their appendix removed are three times more likely to develop Parkinson’s disease, despite previous studies that suggested the opposite.New research suggests that patients who have had their appendix removed are three times more likely to develop Parkinson’s disease, despite previous studies that suggested the opposite.

Study links appendix removal to higher Parkinson's risk, contradicts other research | CTV News

People who have their appendix removed are three times more likely to develop Parkinson's disease, new research indicates.People who have their appendix removed are three times more likely to develop Parkinson's disease, new research indicates.

Having your appendix removed trebles the risk of getting Parkinson's disease, suggests largest study

New Case Western University research on 62 million patients found that nearly one percent of those who had appendectomies got Parkinson's - three times more than those didn't.New Case Western University research on 62 million patients found that nearly one percent of those who had appendectomies got Parkinson's - three times more than those didn't.

People who have their appendix removed are THREE TIMES more likely to develop Parkinson's | Daily Mail Online

Those who’ve had it removed get the neurodegenerative disorder later or not at all, study findsThose who’ve had it removed get the neurodegenerative disorder later or not at all, study finds

How Might the Appendix Play a Key Role in Parkinson's Disease? - Scientific American

An analysis of around 1.7 million people has revealed a curious link between the appendix and Parkinson's disease.An analysis of around 1.7 million people has revealed a curious link between the appendix and Parkinson's disease.

Your Appendix Might Have a "Use" After All, as The Starting Place of Parkinson's Disease

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A Cleveland-based study showed that patients who had an appendectomy were more than three times as likely to develop Parkinson’s than those who had not.

Link between appendectomy and Parkinson’s disease is possible, Cleveland study shows - cleveland.com